Letter from Health Advocates: Concerns about Global Health Workforce Issues in the US Health Reform Efforts
Congress is considering legislation that could worsen the current brain drain of doctors and nurses from poor countries, such as Ghana, Ethiopia and Uganda, say global health advocates. A coalition of organizations and individuals committed to improving health in low-income countries has written to President Obama...
As Secretary of State Rice prepares to travel to Libya in the coming days, PHR has written to her to urge that human rights cases be a central focus of her dialogue with Libyan officials...
117 human rights organizations based in 41 countries around the world, working in the fields of health and human rights write to urgently voice concern over the arrest and trial of men in Egypt for alleged homosexual conduct, apparently based on the men's suspected HIV serostatus.
The purpose of this guide is to explain why it is necessary to ground health workforce planning in human rights, and how to develop a plan that does just that.
President Bush has shown great compassion and leadership in founding the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, or Pepfar. When historians look back at his administration, they will see that he saved at least a million lives.